Talking to media outside the Parliament House, Aitzaz Ahsan said that though Rangers report was unambiguous yet it is ‘damaging the air of harmony’.
Commenting on black money collected through smuggling of petrol and diesel from Iran, the PPP lawmaker inquired, “Whether the Iran-Baluchistan border is under control of Sindh administration, or some other government and institutions?”
He said PPP had nothing to do with Zakat /Fitr collection and if there are any concrete evidences then we are ready to take an action.
Meanwhile, Saeed Ghani said that the PPP-led government in Sindh has given a free-hand to institutions to take indiscriminate action against criminals, but despite that if crimes are continued then the institutions should be asked prior to the government.
“Whether the CM is supposed to prevent corruption in narcotics or the Anti-Narcotics Force?” he questioned.
On the other hand, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi called for making the list of 24 people public, which the DG Rangers presented to CM Sindh.
He also questioned the federal government that what action will take upon the revelations made by the Major-General Bilal Akbar during the Sindh Apex Committee meeting.